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. how she gets her opinions through. her very best friend, valerie jarrett. valerie jarrett is a woman who hired michelle many, many years ago, to work with her in mayor daly's administration in chicago. more importantly, valerie jarrett is the person who comes from a very well-off african-american family, with great connections to power sources all over chicago. she introduced barack and michelle obama to these power centers. african-american, well off business men, jewish american donors, daly political operatives and other sources of influence, and as a result she raised the obamas from really obscurity in chicago to a position in which they were now socializing and rubbing shoulders with the power centers, and it was these power centers that made it possible for obama to first become a united states senator and then the president of the united states. so, they owe a great deal to valerie. they treat her as though she is their godmother. she is now the senior advisor to both the first lady and the president of the united states, and obama himself has said, i run all my decisions thr
, okay, because i don't have that much to live for. >> reporter: we call will her valerie. we've concealed her face and her real identity. when you hear her story, you'll understands it why. i spoke to her at the hospital where she's still recovering. valerie's 24 years old. she has two master's degrees from carnegie. last summer she got an apartment here at rhode island row. she moved to d.c. to begin a consulting career. but what happened to her last friday has changed her life forever. it was about 2:00 in the afternoon. valerie was working from home. there was repeated knocking at her door. she opened it to see who it was. it was a man promising a party. he forced his way in. there was an attempted sexual assault and then an attempted murder. >> he started stabbing me and kicking my face in. and i was just fighting as best as i could, you know. i don't remember that much following that, but i know he was just stabbing me everywhere over and over again. >> reporter: the suspect photographed by security cameras, the pictures are clear. and from her hospital room, valerie ple
. >> coming up, we will have more with ambassador bolton and general keen, looking into rumors that valerie jarrett may have been front and center in negotiations with iran. the white house had to address those reports today. we will tell what you was said. ! bring it home! [ male announcer ] when you combine creamy velveeta with zesty rotel tomatoes and green chilies, you get a bowl of queso that makes even this get-together better. new pink lemonade queso 5-hour energy? 5-hour energy supports the avon foundation for women breast cancer crusade. so i can get the energized feeling i need and support a great cause? i'm sold. pink lemonade 5-hour energy? yeah and a portion of every sale goes to the avon foundation for women breast cancer crusade. i'm sold. new pink lemonade 5-hour energy. get the alert, energized feeling you need and support breast cancer research and access to care. >> welcome back toity." earlier, we told you about iran's attempt it take down a u.s. drone. there is another discuring story concerning that rogue nation. according to a number of iranian bloggers, white house s
keen, looking into rumors that valerie jarrett may have been front and center in negotiations with iran. the white house had to address those reports today. we will tell what you >> welcome back to "hannity." earlier, we told you about iran's attempt it take down a u.s. drone. there is another discuring story concerning that rogue nation. according to a number of iranian bloggers, white house senior adviser, valerie jarrett, has been in secret talks with iran. fox was told, quote, there is not a shred of truth to this report. back with the reaction and more, ambassador john bolton and general jack kean. the white house has denied that valerie jarrett was involved. but it raises a larger issue of negotiations with iran, which we know are planned and going on in the p5 plus 1. can you tabling about the vulnerability of being in negotiations with iran and what it would mean if the u.s. was in unilateral talks with that rogue nation. >> sean. >> the iranians have been negotiating with us over 10 years, as they advance their nuclear weapons program. they welcome that because it buys them mor
that much to live for. >> reporter: we call her valerie. we've concealed her face and her real identity, when you hear her story you'll understand why. i spoke to her at the hospital where she's still recovering. valerie's 24 years old. she has two master's degrees from carnegie. last summer she got an apartment here at rhode island row. she moved to d.c. to begin a consulting career. but what happened to her last friday has changed her life forever. >> i screamed, screamed, screamed at the top of my lungs, as i was trying to fight him. but he, like, pushed me back hard. and i fell against the foyer. >> reporter: it was about 2:00 in the afternoon. valerie was working from home. there was a repeated knocking at her door. she opened it to see who it was. it was a man promising a party. he forced his way in. there was an attempted sexual assault and then an attempted murder. >> he started stabbing me and kicking my face in. and i was just fighting as best as i could. i don't remember that much following that. but i know he was just stabbing me everywhere. over and over again. >> reporter:
't have that much to live for. >> reporter: we call her valerie. we've concealed her face and her real identity. when you hear her story, you'll understand why. i spoke to her at the hospital where she's still recovering. valerie's 24 years old. she has two master's degrees from carnegie. last summer she got an apartment here at rhode island road. she moved to d.c. to begin a consulting career. but what happened to her last friday has changed her life forever. >> i screamed at the top of my lungs, and as i was trying to fight him, but he pushed me back hard. and i fell against the foyer. >> reporter: it was about 2:00 in the afternoon, valerie was working from home. there was a repeated knocking at her door. she opened it to see who it was. it was a man promising a party. he forced his way in. there was an attempted sexual assault and then an attempted murder. >> he started stabbing me and kicking my face in. and i was just fighting as best as i could. i don't remember that much following that. but i know he was just stabbing me everywhere. over and over again. >> reporter: the suspect
name is valerie [speaker not understood]. my roots go back to the 1960s when i would come down to work at my parents' a pale business which is right around the corner from this site. later on in the 1980s and in the 1990s when i ran the family apparel business, this site was used as the parking lot for all of our employees. and since most of our employees are now in the apparel business and women often worked late, i remember that for safety concerns we always needed to have a guard escort them to the parking lot. and i can sure say times have changed. today we are here to present our beautiful 31-story residential high-rise designed by architect tonica and our plaza west of the building designed by cmg landscape architects. we are really very excited to be part of the remarkable transformation occurring in this neighborhood. and if i could ask you -- this picture you've already seen. here's the view on this slide. and you can see our site. and i don't have a pointer, i'm sorry, there it is. the plaza, and it is the gateway to the oscar park. and i particularly like this next slide bec
then. bill: there are new reports suggesting that top obama adviser valerie jarrett may have been involved with secret tkpwoerbgts negotiations with iran. if that is true why she was chosen for that task. >> a robbery caught and camera and they quickly learned the suspect was not playing around when bullets started to fly. >> he pointed it at both of us. give me the money, give me the money. he got it. i gave him everything, she got hers, and he told us to get on the ground and kiss the floor. ÷ martha: just about 25 minutes past the hour now on a friday and a new generation of the bush family running for office. george p. bush. george prescott bush is the nephew of the former president, and the son of the former florida governor jeb bush. he's 36 years old. he filed his paperwork to become a candidate. as of right now we don't no exactly what office he will seek. he is a young man to watch, has been for some time. j.c. penney customers not buying the store's new pricing plan eliminating hundreds of discounts. the chain is reporting 123 million losses, dismal sales. hundreds of
, that white house policy advisor valerie jarrett would be involved in those talks, it would be the first time the two nations have held formal one on one negotiations in more than 30 years. senior white house foreign affairs correspondent wendell goler has more from dc. >> both the white house and state department denied claims that president obama's senior advisor, valerie jarrett, is conducting back channel negotiations with iran over that country's nuclear program. fueled by israeli papers and iranian bloggers, some u.s. media outlets repeating the claims, that square was born in iran to american parents, though the family moved back to the country at the time she started elementary school. one white house official privately called the reports laughable. state department spokeswoman addressed the question on the record. >> there are no secret talks. what you see is what you get. there are no valerie jarrett talks. >> she had no goals in negotiations with the iranians? >> correct. she has no role. >> jarrett is a close friend of the president and from chicago and her specialty is domestic p
you confirm that valerie gerbil had this meeting today? is that true? >> i have not heard that yet. but i will tell you that that makes complete sense. valerie jarrett is the presence person on economic affairs. this seems like the perfect, you know, the perfect place for her right now. this is one the biggest farce is that we have seen so far. nothing is going to come out of this. the ceos of them sit there and listen to the president, he's going to make some remarks, they will make some remarks, and then they will leave. if you look at the jobs council, the last time they met was in january. this tells you how much of a perfunctory affair was. the president spoke from a teleprompter. nothing is going to happen here. bill: okay, it's a farce. [talking over each other] reporter: bill, it's going to be a farce. bill: the president met with union and progressive leaders yesterday. john podesta wasn't mad, mary kay henry, richard trumka, so now you have a press conference this afternoon. and then you have this summit with the business leaders. reporter: not one single person, these ar
needs to be gluten- free, then you need to get bistro bites, i'd like to introduce valerie perlowitz. the owner of bistro bites, how did this come about? >> it came about by the fact that i had a 10-week-old yorkie poo. and he -- i couldn't find anything to feed him. he was only 8 pounds and i found myself constantly breaking things up like most of us do. you said you have two yorkies yourself. >> yeah. >> and find yourself breaking it up. and so i looked around. there was nothing on the market. and then i also found out that dogs have allergies. digestive systems, very close to ours. so -- and kind of a double whammy if you will to try to deal with the gluten allergies, to try to deal with pet obesity, bistro bites was created at just the right size for your dogs. we came out with this size that for dogs 10 pounds and under. and one for dogs 11 to 20 pounds. so you can see what the size, it really is the smallest on the market. and our boxes come with a month supply. and that's important because we're really trying to get people to understand that these are treats. they're not meant
levels. why valerie and not the secretary of state. >> brian: she has a background for chicago politicings and could get 24 hour round the clock secret service security. >> steve: you know our ambassador in benghazi didn't. even thote blogosphere is saying she clearly is negotiating with iran. they deny it. >> brian: we'll call the supreme leader. >> steve: he doesn't take our calls. >> brian: when president obama sits down with can john boehner to help save our country from recession. how does that go. >> raising tax rates is unacceptable and frankly couldn't pass the house. >> so will they be able to compromise and how will they do this? your second amendment rightts at risk. what the president just signed that has many people worried. >> steve: we'll be right back. [ male announcer ] when was the last time something made your jaw drop? campbell's has 24 new soups that will make it drop over, and over again. ♪ from jammin' jerk chicken, to creamy gouda bisque. see what's new from campbell's. it's amazing what soup can do. to volunteer to help those in need. when a twinge of
and then the scandal involving valerie plame but has there been a lower point in his career than right now. >> i think he would say the valerie plame scenario was probably lower on a personal level and the implosion of the bush coalition. i think what you will see now is the donors themselves can now split. there really is disagreement within the donors about what strategic direction to take the republican party. you have the koch brothers, purist embracing of the tea party, the mantra wing. and then you have a more mainstream hedge fund centered donor base which really are pushing more towards like layoff these social issues, let's try to broaden the coalition. i think that's the discussion that's going to happen in the outside of the party class. the outcome of that will have a huge impact on how congress behaves, on how the primary process goes next time, and who vent the republican nominee is in 2016. >> michael scherer and ken vogel, thank you so much. >>> next, let's go inside the white house where the president prepares not just for the next four years, but the next four days. stay with us. a w
on in the president's head right now based upon the influences of mrs. clinton, valerie jarrett, and other people in the white house? >> susan rice has been a preferred candidate for a long time and susan rice has -- i take where your question is going, but she's had a foot in both worlds as a trusted member of that inner circle who was there very early on in terms of the obama campaign, but she's also proved herself on this world stage which is what the u.n. job really is. when you think about the sanctions against iran, she's been pushing ahead with that. when you think about the air war in terms of the support for the rebels in libya, which apparently people like john mccain do say they care about, she was instrumental in that. and then even the harder piece of diplomacy, bridging the gap between the obama world and the clinton world because she has worked very well with hillary clinton. susan rice has the whole package there. to kind of suggest she's a staff person really doesn't get to her credentials. >> i think she did one other thing besides that, that very finesseful way in which she han
getaway. valerie is here with the trends and the best deals, all the hot destinations this holiday season. so with a welcome to you, i'm always up for getting away no matter what, but we'll talk about cyber monday. i understand there are great travel deals to book coming up monday. >> there are terrific travel deals. and they are marketing all over through january. so these deals will actually go through the full year, but what i mean is black friday there are deals, cyber monday there are deals, 12/12/12 there are deals. there's the december dead weeks, which is the time between now and christmas, which is the low period of time that they are marketing to. also the holiday hangover period. so you can find out all the deals on travelwithval.com. if you don't come away with a deal, you know who to talk to. >> where are some of the places, the big companies offering the great deals? and what kinds of deals are they? like bundle package deals or cheap airfare? >> china spree has a cash-only deal to china yank sea river. 15 days, airfare included for about $2500 per person. china is one of ou
, michelle obama and valerie jarret, they all work together at the same hospital. the fact that they are all running the white house is 100% a coincidence. if that is unproven i will quit. >> he was the fourth one at the hospital and they were patient dumping. minority pay shents would try to come in and thisy would be cents to the university of chicago where they would die and not have their gunshot wound. jay four -- >> four aristocrats are running and dumping minorities because they think they are not good for business. they same four people are in the white house and under the impression whoa care about their body hair. >> bill, you wrote a book on that. >> yes. >> can you dispute it? >> well, when they are done,. >> it has are you kidding with lots of question marks? it is what the h is up with america, kkkkk. >> we will close things up with a post game wrap up. >>> time to go back to tv's andy levy. it is the post game wrap up. >> thanks. anne, what are you doing this weekend? >> oh you people are such a pain in the neck.
, we have margaret, bill, ella, valerie, brian, cammy, cival, stella, denise, david, and i heidi. if you're in the room, please stand, and let's give them a round of applause. [applause] now, every event really needs to have a planning committee, and then you have those folks that do. yes a kind of known in my office for having these ideas -- i am known for having -- for having these ideas, but ideas are no good unless you have the folks that can run with it and put it through other and make a day like today happen. so i really want to now focus on the folks who coordinated this whole day for us. delores mcgee, margaret gray, marcia, karen, joan, mira, janice, jennifer walsh, fudyjud, candice. are you in the room or are you busy in the other spots? if you are here, please stand up. and a round of applause. [applause] so, all of these folks are listed in your book, and you all have nametags and so do they. as you go out throughout the day, if you see any of these people, i really encourage you to thank them for all the work they have done because it has been an enormous amount of
. >> valerie vaz? >> thank you, mr. speaker. not only is it obama day but adoption week. my 10-minute rule bill called for equalizing statutory rights for leave, pay and allowances for adoptive parents and parents to whose children are born to them and can be done by regulations. could the deputy prime minister ask a minister to meet with me? >> i would certainly make sure that the relevant minister meet withs with her and would like to pay tribute to her for living -- for a long-standing campaign to equal the rights of parents and i believe it should be the case and something we're looking at closely as a government and hope we'll make an announcement on that very issue in the not too distant future. >> does the deputy prime minister agree the initiative to get the crackdown on international tax avoidance is all the more important when you consider tax ends up 6% in the past 15 years while income tax receipts almost doubled? >> yes, it's quite right the treasury and chancellor have been so assiduous in providing additional resources and that the teams in witehall and elsewhere crack down on av
incarcerated and now vice president of public affairs for the fortune society. valerie core, the director of a new documentary about prison called the worst of the worse and a fellow at the yale law school and the author i quoted. mark bennett, united states district court judge for the northern district of iowa. i want to start with you. thank you for being here today >> thank you for having me. >> part of what these laws did and have done is put prosecutors rather than judges in charge of our system. >> that's true. you're always going to have discretion in sentencing. the passage of the united states sentencing guidelines in 1987 took discretion from judges and gave it to prosecutors. >> yeah. >> the effect of that is many prosecutors are re-elected. they have a personal, professional, democratic incentive to incarcerate as many people for as long as possible. >> that's been my experience. i mean, it's -- the prosecutors have been a growth industry. in my district, northern district of iowa, when i was appointed by president clinton in 1994, i believe there were seven assistant u.s. at
obama and valerie jarrett saying, go ahead and do that. we want you to do that. and reason they want her to do that, i think that president is convinced and determined to nominate her for secretary of state job. lou: all this, what i consider to be utter nonsense, emanating from various quarters of democratic party. officialdom, and you know she made false statements to the american people, everyone agrees on that, but, the idea that there has not been from the republican party, as much animation and energy, in describing, the contradictions, and lies of david petraeus -- clapper, james clapper, the president himself for crying out loud, these are direct. contradicts, yet she takes the brunt of it to what degree is there on the part of the republicans some culpability for not being as aggressive in their condemnation of the statements of those officials ? >> they are not aggressive enough. but other side is they will not -- why do they put her up front? after results of this elect, and polling data, we all know that republicans cannot afford to attack women, especially black women, so wh
. the president goes to bet. who was acting president? valerie jarrett? we will find out the protocol requires when the ambassador becomes under attack he has to know within 10 minutes who is notified. who? this attorney general will not do. the american people need to make it clear with the investigation independently. lou: thank you for being here. corporate leaders to send an white house to persuade the president to be pro-business. some think the president is not listening. next. americans and businesses en lou: a group of top ceos meeting with the president saying they were encouragedmy ng by raising tax rates willifl stifle business growth and joining us now ceo of carl's , jr. and and hardee's restaurants. hre. >> thewith the atf the president once're ot 1.6 trillion dollars that is a bargaining position and? >> as he talks about tax rates but can you raise revenue? feel new way we will raise revenue is private-sector growth. if you tell the private sector to raise taxes taxes, health care costsgou tean costs, energy costs, laborco cost. people will not invest in america businesses want
the opportunity. >>reporter: when he considered the legacy gift, his wife, valerie, a nurse, suggested the nursing program at dominican where he's a trustee. he's expressing thanks for the past by investing in the future. >> it is for me, grateful to america. >>> a bitter sweet end to an american icon. >> the downfall of hostess and what may be next for a valuable brand now up for grabs. we'll sit down with an expert from saint mary's college. >>> teaching us how life is going to be. everything is not going to be handed to you. >> a rugby coach expecting a lot more than games won by his players. why his team is sticking with him. >>> not living up to its name with all the fog. then sunshine, and then wait until midweek. we'll talk about the forecast after a break or two. ,,,, ,,,,,,,, dollars. lottery officials say nobody had a winning tit in last night's drawing. this is the largest jackpotr d >>> lottery officials say nobody had a winning ticket in last night's drawing and this is the largest drawing ever for this game. the previous prize was 365 million won back in 2006 by a group of conagra fo
. and join saying -- jane saying where's the foil and valerie says wow, look at the legs on her she must be a german shepherd. so, thanks to sharon for sending this in and i need photos for next week. so e-mail them poo pix@wmar.com -- them to pix@wmar.com. >>> john bon jovi is cancel the rest of his tour to help with the recovery efforts. he will get the charity restaurant back up and running soul kitchen feeds homeless and for those who can't afford a meal. right now it's closed because of a power outages. >> sandy will be the big story for a while and when you see the devastation it's hard to imagine losing everything especially a pet. >> the stories are a sad but the destruction and flood and debris and sometimes the gleamer of hope is all you need. ♪ ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] combine the pnc cashbuilder visa credit card with a qualifying pnc performance select checking account and earn 75% more than cards earning 1% cash back on almost everything. >>> you're watching the station that works for you, now, good morning maryland. >>> she was tired of being ripped off
as the meeting is going, good, i'm going down there to see valerie jarrett and gene spurlg with a group of other people. what i hear the meeting is going well. i have not heard about the meetings with congress yet. but i think the business leaders that i heard from that came back and said, listen, there was a good two-way and people know entitlement needs to be on, and the business leaders say they understand revenues need to be on. and most of them say, "i am happy to pay, okay, going to the clinton era 39.6," as long as it's balanced and there are spending cuts. i don't hear the business leaders yelling and screaming about taxes. >> what i am hearing, yelling and screaming from ininvestors over this uncertainty, lack of clarity of what the tax rates will be in 2013. the market is down 5% just in the last week, since the election, the market is down 5%. is that a fair statement, people are worried about this uncertainty and lack of clarity of where their tax rates will be next year? >> i don't think it's that fair. i'll tell you why. i think the market is down 5% for a few reasons. one is europ
as the meetings going good, i'm going down there to the see valerie jarrett with a group of other people and i hear the meetings are going well. there is good give and take. i have not heard about the meetings with congress let but the business leaders that i heard from said it was a good two way and people know entitlement needs to be on and business leaders say they understand revenues need to be on and most of them say i'm happy to pay ging to the clinton era 39.6 as long as we know where the money is going. i don't hear the business leaders screaming about tacks. >> what i am hearing is yelling with and screaming over toward about uncertainty, lack of knowing where the tax rates will be in 2013. the market is down 5%. since the election the market is down 5%. is that a fair statement? people are worried about this uncertainty and lack of clarity of where their tax rates will be next year? >> i don't think that is that fair. i think the market is down 5% for a few reasons. one is europe showed it is going back in to a recession. two you had a change in china and leadership. we don't know ne
fitzgerald had, of getting somebody so he goes into the investigation into whether or not valerie plame was outed and he finds out the answer and does to get someone inside the bush administration even though he knew that scooter libby was not responsible. and was set up. should have been truthful. should always be truthful. but the prosecutor was not honorable in the way that that was pursued. he knew the answers as to who outed valerie plame. it was not scooter libby or karl rove. he should have been honorable instead of asking for more money to set up more individuals. with those things going on, it's understandable people might suspect having independent counsel is not a good idea. when there are clearly conflicts of interests when the f.b.i. is investigating information that involves the director of the c.i.a., when you have an attorney general that has information that needs to go immediately to the commander-in-chief, to the president of the country, we need to find out, did it go there, and if not, why not. and if so, and what is the president doing with this information because
of proliferation extending even further into the middle east. >> and i want to pick up on that with valerie. this is something you worked on when you were at the cia. some people might look at this and think, well, wait a minute, as long as nuclear weapons are in the hands of responsible countries, why is zero the goal. it has to be the goal. i'm absolutely involved in my position, working in a covert capacity at cia, i was doing operations to try to make sure that either -- that bad guys, whether they are rogue states or terrorists do not acquire nuclear weapons, but i've evolved in where the point now nuclear technology is so widely available. the proliferation of weapons. far beyond where we were at the height of the cold war where it was just the united states and russia, and now i think we have to drain the swamp. there is no other way, a sane way ahead >> you worry about rogue states, of course. you worry about terrorists. you worry about accidents. have you a movie "countdown to zero" which makes this argument in a really compelling way, and it telling the story of one russian man wh
of the president present, one of them being valerie jetblue edge stuart: where was the president himself? >> the president did not join us. revisited with larger companies like walmart a couple weeks ago. i was hoping he was going to visit with us. it is important because small-businesses said a big job creators and our country. big businesses won't created huge amount of jobs. small-businesses will create those rush of jobs we need to end this recession. dennis: didn't get a chance to talk to the president directed, valerie deron shows the. was in the mood to listen or preach? >> he discussed with us that you wants to get a deal done, she went -- the president wants to get a deal done and they hope they can get a middle-class tax cuts enacted right away excess. and she felt confident a deal could be had. there were six big take aways from the meeting. there were many different smart business people throughout the nation and six themes emerged. one was a sense of urgency. they wanted the government to come together and get a deal done. no more kicking the can down the road. let end the u
guru valerie jarret accused to advise president foreign policy though the white house flatly denies it. the president's critics concede mistaken claims by benghazi attack supported by c.i.a. director david petraeus and the director of national intelligence clapper. >> the white house clearly had to get their information from clapper and petraeus. that to me is beyond anything i ever imagined from the individuals and the agencies. >> even analysts who don't think the white house tried to misinform feel it still made classic mistake. >> never ever in the beginning and the heat, confuse, the fog of any crisis reach hard and fast conclusions. because usually not always, usually they're wrong. >> aaron david miller says takesteins was a courageous risks because of his bond with the libyan people. secretary of state clinton says ambassador can't be effective if he or she hides behind walls. bret? >> wendell, thank you. activists in syria say the rebels killed 37 soldiers during attacks on military check points today. a wave of bombings pounded damascus and the outskirts. this video purports
department reporting that valerie jarrett has been actually talking with iranians. the white house knocked that down. rumors persist. >> well, there are lots of partners. photos -- people i've talked to say that they have not been leading in the delegation anywhere, but as we discussed before the election, i think one can expect how white house push very early and very intensively to get talks going, whether or not they are bilateral talks, 1- someone, or whether they involve the p-5, there will be talks in an effort to get a deal lou: the iranians are going to begin their exercises, drills, air defense drills over the weekend. >> i think this is in part for domestic political consumption to show that they are standing up to the united states and israel. in part it is intended to intimidate the obama administration, but look. efforts to shoot down on an aerial vehicles, the drills, the continued progress of the iranian of their weapons program of go to show that they are not being slowed down by the sanctions. they have no intention of giving up their nuclear ambitions. if you do not like
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